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MarineMax boat show set for Houston this weekend

MarineMax Houston said it will host the MarineMax Mobile Boat Show at April Plaza Marina on Lake Conroe on Saturday and Sunday.

MarineMax Houston said it will host the MarineMax Mobile Boat Show at April Plaza Marina on Lake Conroe on Saturday and Sunday.

“We are really excited about this boat show,” MarineMax Houston general manager Edward Bartoszewski said in a statement. “We will be bringing so many great boats and we have great financing options with low rates. Anyone looking for a super deal on some of the hottest models for 2015, this is their best opportunity.”

The show will feature new boat models from Sea Ray, Boston Whaler, Scout, Harris Pontoons and Scarab Jet Boats.

The April Plaza Marina, located in Montgomery, Texas, offers wet and dry storage, a service department, store, fishing guides and a launch ramp.

“The April Plaza Marina is an awesome venue for our Mobile Boat Show, and we will be displaying boats perfect for spending time with your family and friends on Lake Conroe,” Bartoszewski said. “Its convenient location right off of Highway 105 makes it easy for boaters to drop by before or after a great day on the lake. Let us help you get into the boat you always wanted.”

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